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November @ Analix Forever : ONGOING & UPCOMING

octobre 31, 2019

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ONGOING

THE BEGINNING OF HOPE
Solo Robert Montgomery

Gallery Analix Forever & Garden
10 rue du Gothard, Chêne-Bourg, Suisse

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HARMONIE INCONNUE – Au miroir de la Grèce

Dimitris Dimitriadis, Pavlos Nikolakopoulos & Marios Fournaris

Video works by Andreas Angelidakis, Marina Gioti, Charalambos Margaritis, Raymundo
Dominique Fiat Gallery
16, rue des Coutures Saint-Gervais, 75003 Paris

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UPCOMING

ART ET PRESSE, LIBRES ÉCHANGES, event
October 31, 5-9 pm, guided visits of the exhibition ; cocktail

6pm conversation between Guillaume de Sardes (curator) and Ali Kazma (artist)
Château de Penthes, Chemin de l’Impératrice 18, 1292 Pregny-Chambésy, Switzerland

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P/CAS #19 – PARIS PHOTO OFF
Solo Mimiko Türkkan

November 7 – 11 ; Opening November 7, 6 – 10 pm
118 Rue de Rivoli, 75001

In the presence of the artist

Gözde Mimiko Türkkan, as a result of her generation (she was twenty years old in 2004) as well as of her excellent grasp of the history of photography (she studied at the Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London), is highly aware of what might be considered the dismal failure of the intimate image — its trivialization, its commercialization, the damaging symbolic disconnect its embodies with the gray areas of our private life, seen and re-seen. How to proceed, then, if the photographic project is about reveal the self in a private place, in the most secret moments of our lives, moments that belong only to us, moments that allegedly should never be shared? Türkkan’s solution is subtle, and it undoubtedly ensures interest in, and the permanence of, her photographic art: to focus on documentary images that are embodied, playing off a subjectivity that is thoughtful and not only expressionistic. Not refusing subjectification, asserting a point of view, taking a position through her images — so many responses that are undoubtedly good ones. Whether Gözde Mimiko Türkkan is questioning the woman she is, or illustrating what women are today and how human relationships work, starting with female-male relationships as stereotyped as they are too strongly “gendered,” this young Turkish photographer does so not with the heart but with her head, by combining imagery and consciousness, visuality and thought. The photographic art of Gözde Mimiko Türkkan is not only the story of a body and of an era, it is also a cosa mentale, “a matter of the mind.” (Paul Ardenne, 2019 ; translation Laurie Hurwitz).

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« LIBRES » : OPENING

Stefan Banz, Moumen Bouchala, Céline Cadaureille, Orianne Castel, Muriel Décaillet, Sylvie Fleury, Patrick Gilliéron Lopreno, Christian Gonzenbach, Joanna Hadjithomas & Khalil Joreige, Valérie Horwitz, Abdul Rahman Katanani, Ali Kazma, Robert Montgomery, Napo, Pavlos Nikolakopoulos, Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Jhafis Quintero, Klavdij Sluban, Nikolaos Staphopoulos, Jackie Sumell, Laure Tixier

Curators : Karine Tissot & Barbara Polla
November 23, 5pm
CACY, Place Pestalozzi, Yverdon-les-Bains, Switzerland

« LIBRES » : LES MOTS DE L’INCARCÉRATION
Reading / screening by Frank Smith

November 28, 7pm
Théâtre de la Tournelle, Orbe, Switzerland

KEEPING FAITH, KEEPING DRAWING
Solo mounir fatmi

Opening November 30
Exhibition December 2019 – January 2020
Gallery Analix Forever
10 rue du Gothard, Chêne-Bourg, Suisse

 

ELSEWHERE

MY BODY REMEMBERS
Film by Lee Yanor, featuring Ruth Amarante

Performance, November 5 – 6
UNDERGROUND, Tony Cragg Foundation, Wuppertal, Germany

ABDUL RAHMAN KATANANI : OPENING SOLO

November 8, 6 pm
Saleh Barakat Gallery, Clémenceau, Beirut

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